I love to get my kids involved in gardening or planting flowers outside. Along with knowing where their food comes from and being involved in the process from seed to fruit, it’s also a perfect time to learn about garden bugs. Some bugs are pests and some are helpful. There are plenty of great books your ladybug lover will especially love. Be sure to add some of these ladybug books to your kids book collections or homeschool science reading. Spend time outdoors digging in the dirt and admiring ladybugs!
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Make some extra time to read with your kids this week.
Our Favorite Books about Ladybugs
The Grouchy Ladybug – Eric Carle
Are You a Ladybug – Judy Allen
Ten Little Ladybugs – Melanie Gerth
It’s a Good Thing There are Ladybugs – Read Aloud Science
Garden Friends – DK Readers
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